Like the effluent from a chipotle-mayonnaise volcano, Noshery's menu overflows with wave after toothsome wave of incineratingly flavorful delectables. Sprint your taste buds to the rye saddle of the Racy Horse plumped with roast beef, horseradish sauce, horseradish cheddar, tomato, and cucumbers ($4.99–$5.99). Recovering veggieholics best not approach the Lugano's grilled portobello mushrooms, grated Romano cheese, spinach, tomato, red onion, and roasted peppers drenched in olive oil and vinegar ($5.49–$6.49). If you're looking to hold your body down during one of Philly's frequent gravity outages, the Super Club Hoagie (maple honey ham, roast turkey, bacon, mayo, deli mustard, tomato, red onion, and Vermont cheddar on a hoagie roll grilled inside out, $7.49) offers a heartier lunch. And fans of two-dimensional caricatures and all nine dimensions of flavor will be singing like schoolgirls after a Soprano panini with honey maple turkey breast, pepperoni, roasted garlic spread, roasted pepper, basil, fresh mozzarella, and provolone ($6.49).